Frequency Matched Shafts:

I believe when you hit your driver or hit a wedge they should feel the same, this is where frequency matching comes into play. Each iron is built at a 1/2″ increments with a difference of 4-5 cycles and the wedges are as tight as 3-4 CPM (cycles per minute). I like to see exact and tighter tolerances for my clients. Frequency Matching Shafts show the stiffness of shafts, after testing your golf equipment on a Mitchell frequency Machine and hitting different clubs in our private fitting studio this will tell us what your best shaft flex or frequency will be.

Then starting with a driver Brad will build a matched set of golf clubs, guaranteed to improve your consistency, control and accuracy = longer distance and closer dispersion!! At Fellinger Custom Golf Brad builds custom golf equipment one set at a time and builds to the exact tolerances for everyone of his clients., where the major golf companies are all mass produced and they can't control the quality because of volume. I work with a lot of PGA and LPGA Tour players and their golf equipment doesn't come out perfect either!!.

Grip Size:

Proper grip size is very important because if your grips are to big then your hands won’t get thru the ball and will have a tendency to go right and lose distance. If your grips are too small then you will have a tendency to hit the ball left because your hands will work thru the ball to fast and your right hand takes over.

Loft and Lies:

Probably one of the most important parts of club fitting and building although the whole process is important. If your lies are too flat your toe will dig in first, creating the ball to go right and if the clubs are too upright it will cause the ball to go left. The wear mark on your club face should be just inside center of the club face.


The purpose of correct shaft flex is finding the shaft to hit the ball with more consistency, control, accuracy, reducing scores and making golf fun again. Too weak of a shaft will have a tendency to hook or draw too much as well as hitting the ball high right because you believe or think that you are slowing your swing down but in reality you are actually decelerating thru the ball. Too stiff of a shaft will pull the ball low left or slice the ball.

Hot Melting

I can actually add hot melt to your driver, fairway or even hybrids. Why: We can change the weight of the head, we can put hot melt in the head to help draw the ball, you can add it to the toe to help square up the club face and even start to hit cuts or fades. When re shafting some of the new heads in the market place the heads are becoming lighter because the manufacturers are making the clubs longer. When I re shaft sometimes I need to make the head heavier to give you proper swing weight and head weight.


This happens when you re shaft clubs because of head weights either being not correct or are just too light from the manufacturers. Adding swing weight will also change the frequency of the shafts because you are making the heads heavier.

Iron and Wedge Grinding:

If you are a digger we can grind your wedges or irons to add bounce so your irons will glide thru the turf. We can do special grinds which will decrease or increase bounces.
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